The January/February 2018 combined issue of Motorcycle Mojo is now available and it’s full of our signature mix of content from around the world of motorcycling.
We’re kicking off the New Year in style with a ride report from the launch of BMW’s elegant new mega-tourer, the K1600B as it attempts to eclipse the competition.
Then it’s off to the Hollywood Hills with Jamie Elvidge and actor Perry King as they put the new Indian Scout Bobber through its paces.
Our first travel feature this month takes us to Vancouver Island with David G. Williams as he pays a visit to the once charming coastal town of Jordan River before it fades from the maps and into history. On the other side of the country, Editor Glenn Roberts takes a serendipitous tour around the Gaspé Peninsula with an old friend in search of a little relaxation and a long-overdue lobster dinner.
We’ll also join four friends on a ride to the Oregon high country in search of the crystal blue waters of Crater Lake – author Greg Nicholls has only been waiting 17 years to cross this one off the bucket list.
Heading up this month’s Profile section is a collection of stories from female riders who’ve been kind enough to share what motivates and inspires them to ride; And speaking of inspiration, our second Profile comes courtesy of Walter Eisenbeis, who discovered the slippery slope that drew him back to motorcycling after 40-plus years away from the hobby.
All this plus our regular columns, Threads, Mojo Garage, product reviews, advertisers and much more, can be found in the January/February 2018 issue of Motorcycle Mojo.